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Doing a Fade-in with wxPython

April 14, 2008 by Mike
Today we're going to go over how to make your application do a "fade-in". One common place that Windows users see this is with Microsoft Outlook's email notification. It fades in and then back out. wxPython provides a way to set the alpha transparency of any top window, which affects the widgets that are placed […]

Reading OpenVPN Status Data with Python (3 of 3)

April 8, 2008 by Mike
We've been discussing how to use OpenVPN with Python in the last two articles. In this final post, I'll show how to bring it all together into a GUI with some wxPython code. I'm also going to discuss some important snippets.

Reading OpenVPN Status Data with Python (2 of 3)

April 5, 2008 by Mike
This is the 2nd part of a 3-part series on using wxPython + PyWin32 to grab the output from an OpenVPN session on Windows. In this article, I will show how how to start OpenVPN with Python and how to watch a file that OpenVPN writes its data logs to.

Reading OpenVPN Status Data with Python (1 of 3)

April 3, 2008 by Mike
I'm doing a 3 part series on using wxPython and PyWin32 to capture output from a running OpenVPN session. I use OpenVPN to connect to PCs at work. I noticed that our current method of launching OpenVPN was in a console window so that one could monitor the program's output. If the user happened to […]

PyCon 2008 (Chicago) Sponsorship Pros & Cons

March 25, 2008 by Mike
When I went to PyCon this year, I didn't even think about the sponsors. However, I saw their names on everything and it still didn't bother me until the first day of the conference itself. While I think the MC, Mr. Goodger, is a great guy, I thought the sponsorship announcements were sometimes misplaced. When […]

PyCon 2008 (Chicago) - Day 3

March 22, 2008 by Mike
My last day at PyCon was Sunday, March 16th 2008. I was one of the unlucky who had work the following morning. This day just seemed rushed to me, which is probably why I learned the least. The first Plenary was Making Client-Side Python Suck Less with Aza Raskin. It was about Mozilla to some […]
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